Hey everyone, here is the presentation for this week. Make sure you are not logged in to your GAPPS account when viewing.
Thank you to everyone who attended the competitive club kickoff today!
Sign-up for DMOJ @ https://dmoj.ca/
(Be sure to join the Bayview S.S school when you sign up).
Thank you for attending today’s meeting! As you can also see, the club website is back up.
Do note that you may have issues viewing the slides if you are currently logged into a GAPPS account.
We are proud to present BSSPC 2019, the annual programming ccontest held by Bayview Secondary School’s Computer Club!
Contest created by:
P1 – Seshan Ravikumar (Seshpenguin)
P2, P9 – Devin Lin (espidev)
P3, P8 – James Su (magicalsoup)
P4, P6 – Raymond Li (Raymo111)
P5, P7 – Leon Dong (p1geon)
P10 – Jim Gao (jimgao1)
This year, the top prize is a Raspberry Pi 3B, along with prizes of Roll&Tea Gift Cards! To join the contest, click register below!
Terms and conditions can be found on the contest site.
Good luck, and we hope that you will be able to learn from this wonderful experience!
As an side, sadly our custom judge wasn’t ready in time. Instead, this years BSSPC will be powered by DOMJudge.
We have new logos!
Check them out here: https://bayview.club/?page_id=248
The Canadian Computing Competition is coming up on February 20, 2019.
It will be running starting Period 3 (to the end of the day) in the Library. The contest will be 3 hours from when you begin.
It is highly advised to bring your own Laptop to program on. If you have not signed up for the CCC Grader yet, we will update you with the required information to sign up soon.
Below are the slides from the competitive programming introductory meeting.
Free .tk domain: https://www.freenom.com/en/index.html?lang=en
Actually buy a domain:https://ca.godaddy.com
This section will introduce a concept that is frequently used in algorithms (especially in competitive programming).
This post will introduce data structures, and how to use them in C++. This is important if you are interested in competitive programming. Press page 2 to access the post!